The mixed reality technology developed this time was developed so that all processes necessary for shipbuilding, from sales to design, production, maintenance, and crew training for technology transfer, can be experienced in a virtual environment identical to that of a real ship.
Marine low-speed engine developer WinGD has strengthened its training capabilities as the number of gas-fuelled vessels on order surges.
APM Terminals MedPort Tangier, Morocco began incorporating Virtual Reality (VR) technology into its safety trainings in 2020.
The HPA is already working with virtual worlds, sensory, simulations and digital twins. Such a twin is a digital image of a real object in 3D, such as bridges or buildings. This is then linked with current and historical data.
Technical students from the Royal Netherlands Navy can now make virtual acquaintance with naval ships.
MOL Aiming to Raise Safety Awareness and Eliminate Onboard Accidents through Hands-on Experience Using Current and Vibration.
MOL announced the introduction of the Vessel View VR, a virtual reality system that allows for virtual visits on the VLCC Suzukasan (delivered on October 12, 2018).
Virtual reality offerings bring next-generation learning to seafarers.
MOL announced that it added 2 new training sessions, “cargo falling from cranes” and “response to onboard fires”, to its mariner safety education tool Google, which uses VR technology created by Tsumiki Seisaku Co., Ltd.